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SIGNAL CHAIN BASICS #64: How a poorly designed 20W amplifier can destroy a speaker system

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5/16/2013 3:44:23 AM
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(Editor's note: Signal Chain Basics is an ongoing and popular series; click here for a complete, linked list of all installments.)

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Brad Albing
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5/16/2013 11:51:36 AM
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We apologize for that. Sadly, some of this older material was not archived or archived properly. We'll see if we can track down the correct links.

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